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  1. 234 – Vibration Characteristics Analysis of an Induction Motor

    In this example, electromagnetic force generated in the induction motor stator core is obtained, and an example of evaluating sound pressure by linking it with the eigenmode of th…

  2. 228 – Induction Motor Thermal Analysis

    In this example, evaluating induction motor temperature distribution.

  3. 227 – Circuit Control Simulation for Three-Phase Induction Motor

    In this example, we conduct a circuit simulation to control current and speed by incorporating the JMAG-RT model of an induction motor into the control/circuit simulator.

  4. [W-MB-66] Accuracy Improvements in the JMAG-RT Induction Machine Model

    In this paper, improvements in the accuracy of induction machine plant models when applied to automobile drive motors are discussed.

  5. [RTML-038] IM Constant rating 10(kW)

    Type: IM | Max Power: 10k | Stator(Outside Diameter): 500(mm) | Height: 300(mm) | Voltage/Current: DC500(V)/250(A) | Rotor/Mover: Cage

  6. [RTML-037] IM Constant rating 1(kW)

    Type: IM | Max Power: 1k | Stator(Outside Diameter): 134(mm) | Height: 42(mm) | Voltage/Current: DC100(V)/5(A) | Rotor/Mover: Cage

  7. Induction Motor Noise Reduction using JMAG

    AMMAR Aymen, JEUMONT Electric

  8. Improvement of Calculation Model on Induction Motors

    Daisuke Sato, Nagaoka Motor Development Co., Ltd.

  9. 38 – Starting Performance Analysis of a Single Phase Induction Motor

    The purpose of this Application Note is to introduce an example of a single phase induction motor that uses a capacitor to set up an auxiliary winding and show its rotation speed …

  10. [L-MO-115] Performance Evaluation of Induction Motors Using Efficiency Maps

    To analyze an induction motor's maximum efficiency, the voltage and slip is varied to find the combination with the highest efficiency.

  11. [L-MO-54] JMAG-Express Online

    JMAG-Express Online is a Web service to support your motor design work anytime, anywhere.

  12. [W-SE-72] Reduction of Time Steps by Using Time Periodic Explicit Error Correction Method

    In electrical equipment design, Computer Aided Engineering (CAE) software is used to make the best possible products within allowable timelines.

  13. [W-SE-53] Transition to Steady State in a Short Time

    In the following, it is shown that the steady state analysis results can be obtained with less number of time steps by using the TP-EEC method.

  14. [W-HU-71] Notes on Performance Evaluation and Hardware Selection of JMAG Parallel Solver

    This document can be thought of as pointers and precautions for hardware selection and software operation.

  15. [W-MB-64] Modeling Loss in JMAG-RT

    In this paper, we explain how loss is modeled in a JMAG-RT model.

  16. [W-MO-85] Efficiency Map Evaluations Considering Harmonic Loss

    In this paper, we propose a method that combines two approaches to calculate the efficiency at various operating points considering the influence of time harmonics and other effec…

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